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Special tribute in celebration of boxing legend MuhaMMad ali’S 69th birthday
MUhammAd
ALI
THE GREATEST OF ALL TIME

SUZY AMIS
CAMERON
A MUSE FOR HUMANITY
A Life Made
‘nice n easy’
Dimitris Christoforidis
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11 Muhammad Ali
The Greatest of All Time
F E AT U R E D
06 Introducing Andoni Zorbas
16 Dimitris Christoforidis
A Life Made ‘nice n easy’
20 Suzy Amis Cameron
A MUSE For Humanity’
E NT E R TAI NME NT
26 Hollywood Speaks Out
For The Elephants
30 Barb Wire Dolls
35 LA Theatre Beat
L I F E S T Y L E
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32 Notes for the New Decade
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“No matter how famous we get, no matter how wealthy
we become, we are all equal in God’s eyes and it is
only the heart that makes us great or small. Stand up
for each other. Speak up for those who cannot speak
for themselves and always be true to yourself.”
Ali and Sese Seko Mobutu
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Hana Ali and her father, 2008
Ali and Elvis Presley
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‘nice n easy’ owners
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Suzy Amis Cameron with children of MUSE School, CA
along with Roberto “Berito” Cobaria and Gilberto
Cobaria from the U’wa people of Colombia
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is priceless to me. It is our #1 priority to give
something to our marriage every single day.”
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Jillian Granz (Winner of the 2010 Red Carpet Green
Dress Contest), Suzy and James Cameron at the 2010
Global Green pre-Oscar Party, in Hollywood.
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2011 Academy Award
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Hol l ywood Weekl y- Event
Cher; Terri Melkonian (on advisory Board of Films That
Change The World); Ara Melkonian ( VP of Jack
Kelege, elite celebrity jeweler) at the flm’s reception
Billy Bob Thornton
On the red carpet at Sunset Gower Studios,
Ken Davitian, star of feature flms Borat and Get Smart,
with flm and tv actor Ed Begley Jr.
Hollywood Speaks Out For The Elephants
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At Sunset Gower Studios for Kat Kramer’s Films That
Changed The World screening series: Billy Bob
Thornton, Kat Kramer, Tippi Hedren, Chris Gallucci
Ken Davitian of Borat and Get Smart.
Cher on the red carpet at
Sunset Gower Studios for screening of Elephant
and Man: A LItany of Tragedy.
Hollywood Speaks Out For The Elephants
Hollywood’s Sunset Gower Studios holds a red-
carpet affair bringing star power to the world
premier screening of the documentary flm
“Elephants and Man: A Litany of Tragedy”.
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fronted punk band!”- Michael McDermott/Bouncing Souls
Hol l ywood Weekl y- Musi c
“Barb Wire Dolls are kinda like a girl- fronted Green
Day. They could become huge.”- Charlotte Cooper/The Subways
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Notes for
the New Decade:
Modalities and
Markets
By Laura Wilhelm
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“People ask me how long it took to adapt to America.
Twenty minutes.” - Victoria Beckham
Victoria Beckham is clearly not
afraid to take risks and this plus
her relative youth and growing
international reputation bode
well for her business career.
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LA THEATRE BEAT
BY STEVE ZALL AND SID FISH
Hol l ywood Weekl y- Theat re
“Cyrano de Bergerac” An adventure based on the
legend of 17th Century French dramatist and duelist
Savinien de Bergerac, now known the world over as
Cyrano. Afficted with an enormous and bulbous
nose, he is convinced that no woman can ever love
him, and thus makes himself notorious in Paris for his
courage, gallantry, and charm of verse. Putting aside
his own love for the beautiful Roxanne, he offers his
powers of expression to his rival, as this hysterical
and stirring adventure unfolds. Written by Edmond
Rostand and directed by Rae Allen, it runs through
January 23 at the Ruskin Group Theatre in Santa
Monica. For tickets call 310-397-3244 or visit
www.ruskingrouptheatre.com.
“Hair” is a musical that depicts the birth of a cultural
movement in the 60’s and 70’s that changed America
forever as it follows a group of hopeful, free-spirited
young people who advocate a lifestyle of pacifsm
and free-love in a society riddled with intolerance and
brutality during the Vietnam War. They explore sexual
identity, challenge racism, experiment with drugs
and burn draft cards, but the show resonates with an
irresistible message of hope through songs such as
“Let the Sun Shine In,” Aquarius,” “Hair,” “Where
Do I Go” and “Good Morning Starshine.” Written
by Gerome Ragni and James Rado and directed
by Diane Paulus, it runs through January 23 at the
Pantages Theatre in Hollywood. For tickets call 800-
982-2787 or visit www.broadwayla.org.
“Forever Plaid” Once upon a time, there were four
guys (Sparky, Smudge, Jinx and Frankie) who loved
to sing. Discovering they shared a mutual affection
for music and entertaining, they got together and
dreamed of becoming like their idols. They rehearsed
in the basement of Smudge’s family’s plumbing
supply company. It was here they became Forever
Plaid. As their sound developed, they sang at family
gatherings, fund-raisers, and eventually graduated
to supermarket openings and proms. Then, fnally,
they landed their frst big gig at the Airport Hilton
cocktail bar - The Fusel Lounge. En route to pick up
their custom–made plaid tuxedos, they were slammed
broadside by a school bus flled with eager catholic
teens. The teens were on their way to witness the
Beatles’ American debut on the Ed Sullivan Show and
miraculously escaped the uninjured. The members
of Forever Plaid, however, were killed instantly. It is
at the moment, when their careers and lives ended,
that the story of Forever Plaid begins. Written by
Stuart Ross and directed by Orlando Alexander, it runs
through January 29 at the Glendale Centre Theatre
in Glendale. For tickets call 818-244-8481 or visit
ww.glendalecentretheatre.com.
“The Sunset Limited” Set in a subway tenement
apartment of the ex-con, Black, who has forcibly
prevented the college professor, White, from
casting himself in the path of an on-rushing subway
train. Black keeps White a virtual prisoner while he
probes the roots of White’s suicide attempt. Black
Well the holidays are fnally over and we have a brand new year on our hands, but
that’s not the only thing that’s brand new – just look at all these brand new shows
for you to see in our local theatres:
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is no stranger to the violence of human nature,
but his life has changed drastically since a near
death experience. Written by Cormac McCarthy
and directed by John Perrin Flynn, it runs through
January 31 at Rogue Machine in Theatre Theater in
Los Angeles. For tickets call 323-960-4424 or visit
www.roguemachinetheatre.com.
“The Fabulous Palm Springs Follies” celebrates it’s
twentieth season with music and dance of the 40s
through 70s performed by a cast ranging in age from
56 to 81 years old, and features lavish costumes and
Broadway-caliber production numbers as well as a
variety act and special guest stars including Lesly
Gore and the Four Preps. Written and directed by Riff
Markowitz, it runs through May 15 at the Plaza Theatre
in Palm Springs. For tickets call 760-327-0225 or
visit www.psfollies.com.
“99 Impossible Things” Harold’s an inventor. An
invention is something that seems impossible until it is
made. While coming up with the next great invention,
one can contemplate a large number of possibilities-
---as many as 99 impossible things, in fact. He’s one
of the habitués of the local Magic Bean Coffee Shop.
Both the people who work there and the people who
buy the coffee are dreamers. Some are coping with
loss. Some are dealing with frustration. Several have
unusual coping mechanisms: They’re accompanied
by beings who do not (or at least should not) exist
in the real world---an imaginary friend, a guardian
angel, a human-sized sea monkey. The humans, at
least, appear to be running in place. Then one day,
a stranger moves into the neighborhood and jolts
the coffeehouse regulars out of their complacent
existences, much like a blast of caffeinated brew. She
has some serious problems of her own, but no matter.
She’s set life back into motion at the Magic Bean,
and things will begin (fnally) to change. Written and
directed by Chelsea Sutton, it runs January 7 through
February 13 at The Eclectic Company Theatre in Valley
Village. For tickets call 818-508-3003 or visit www.
EclecticCompanyTheatre.org.
“Chinese Coffee” Jake lives in a one-room
apartment/photographic studio. Harry is down to
his last $1.50, and Jake owes him money. Jake is
an unemployed photographer. Harry is a novelist,
who has just lost a survival job as a doorman.
Harry’s written a new novel, and he’s given Jake
the manuscript to read. Harry is seeking Jake’s
approval of his work, and Jake stubbornly refuses
to give it. Is there any possibility at all that the new
novel may fnally be the thing that raises Harry from
impoverished anonymity? Written by Ira Lewis and
directed by Jack Heller, it runs January 8 through
February 13 at the Flight Theatre at The Complex in
Hollywood. For tickets call 323-960-7792 or visit
www.Plays411.com/chinesecoffee.
“Daddy” offers a provocative, humorous, and
sometimes dark look at love, loyalty, and the
consequences of living in a culture without marriage
equality when “golden boy” Colin falls for a man half
his age, and his relationship with best friend Stew is
put to the test. Written by Dan Via and directed by
Rick Sparks, it runs January 8 through February 13 at
the Hudson Mainstage in Hollywood. For tickets call
323-960-7738 or visit www.plays411.com/daddy.
“Greedy” Five people struggle with greed, hope,
desire and integrity in the wake of an emailed plea
for money that promises big returns. Is it a scam or
a golden opportunity? Written by Karl Gajdusek and
directed by James Roday, it runs January 8 through
January 29 at the El Centro Theatre in Hollywood. For
tickets visit www.reddogsquadron.com.
“Maestro: The Art of Leonard Bernstein” With a
story spanning the entire twentieth century, Leonard
Bernstein – America’s greatest musician – broke
through every artistic ceiling possible to become the
world’s musical ambassador. Conductor, composer,
pianist, author, teacher, librettist, television star—for
Leonard Bernstein, boundaries simply did not exist.
Written by Hershey Felder and directed by Joel Zwick,
it runs January 8 through February 6 at the Laguna
Playhouse in Laguna Beach. For tickets call 949-497-
2787 or visit www.lagunaplayhouse.com.
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zone into the penguin pool, leads Stitch, Mark and
Liz into uncharted waters and the fate of one lonely
penguin hangs in the balance. Written by Tom Wells
and directed by John Pleshette, it runs January 14
through March 6 at the Lost Studio in Los Angeles.
For tickets call 323-960-7721 or visit www.plays411.
com/me.
“Smudge” Nicholas and Colby are going to have a
baby. Looking forward to normal, happy lives, they
are as happy as expectant parents can be. But do any
of us ever know what the future holds? As Colby and
Nick struggle with their new life as parents and the
life of their newborn, they begin to crumble and the
meaning of life is again re-defned as they attempt to
fathom perception, responsibility, a parent’s capacity
to love, and what makes us human. Written by Rachel
Axler and directed by Darin Anthony, it runs January
14 through February 19 at the Syzygy Theatre Group
at GTC Burbank in Burbank. For tickets call 800-
838-3006 or visit www.syzygytheatre.org.
“Sylvia” Greg and Kate are empty-nesters in the big
city until, on a walk in the park, Greg is adopted by
Sylvia, a bouncy, frisky poodle mix. Unfortunately,
Kate comes to feel that she is losing Greg to his
adoring new best friend who just loves to be petted,
scratched, and talked to. Written by A.R. Gurney and
directed by Gita Donovan, it runs January 14 through
February 19 at the Sierra Madre Playhouse in Sierra
Madre. For tickets call 626-355-4318 or visit www.
sierramadreplayhouse.org.
“The Farndale Avenue Housing Estate
Townswomen’s Guild Dramatic Society Murder
Mystery” overly-ambitious and talent-challenged
middle-aged ladies of a working class British village
present their hysterical community theatre production
of an original Agatha Christie-type whodunit called
“Murder at Checkmate Manor.” As is typical for
these dingbat divas, everything that can go wrong,
does. From forgotten lines and missed cues to lost
props and broken furniture to multiple costume
changes and lighting and sound effects that all
could have used more rehearsal time, the ladies
valiantly insist on entertaining you against your will
and guarantee to bring down the house. Written by
David McGillivray and Walter Zerlin Jr., and directed
“Nevermore” A young Edgar Allan Poe visits the
crumbling estate of his old childhood friend Monty
to keep him company over the weekend as the
house is shuttered up for sale, but fnds himself
caught up in a web of secrets and lies from the past,
from the mysterious deaths of Monty’s parents to
the unknown whereabouts of Monty’s sister Lenore.
In a series of encounters – which mirror such classics
as “The Fall of the House of Usher” and “The
Raven” – Poe must discover the truth and come
face to face with his dark past. Written and directed
by Matt Ritchey, it runs January 8 through February
5 at the El Centro Theatre in Hollywood. For tickets
call 323-960-1055 or visit www.plays411.com/
nevermore.
“Traces” Combining awe-inspiring circus training
with infectious urban energy, six men and one
woman give dazzling, gravity-defying displays of
skill, balancing casually on each other’s heads, or
tumbling through hoops and leaping spectacularly
up giant poles without using their hands. The show
runs January 11 through February 13 at the Ricardo
Montalban Theatre in Hollywood. For tickets call
323-871-2420 or visit www.themontalban.com.
“Me, As a Penguin” Lured by the siren song of
Funkytown by Lipps Inc., Stitch leaves the safe
haven of his mum’s knitting shop in Withernsea for
the gay scene in neighboring Hull, where his sister
Liz is about to give birth. Liz’s layabout partner
Mark makes the mistake of introducing the virgin
Stitch to Mad Dave, who works at the Hull aquarium
but mostly takes LSD. Stepping out of his comfort
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by Scott Martin, it runs January 14 through February
19 at the Westchester Playhouse in Westchester.
For tickets call 310-645-5156 or visit www.
kentwoodplayers.org.
“Cologne” This one-man show takes place in the 60’s
and describes the dire consequences an adolescent
suffers when, trying to avoid suspicion about his
sexual preference, he arranges for the bashing of
another boy with whom he was involved. Written
and directed by Tony Abatemarco, it runs January 15
through February 19 at the Skylight Theatre in Los
Angeles. For tickets call 702-582-8587 or visit
www.katselastheatre.org.
“Loving Repeating: A Musical of Gertrude Stein”
a musical about loving life, loving thinking, loving
making art, and loving love, it explores Stein’s
capricious love affair with language, self-expression,
and her lifelong companion, Alice B. Toklas.
Following Stein from her student days in the late
19th century to the height of her artistic era in Paris
as one of the “lost generation,” the distinctive score
illuminates Stein’s world, bringing fresh perspective
to her poetic texts and illuminating her deep love of
the way American language perpetually changes to
refect the voices of the people. Music by Stephen
Flaherty, adapted by Frank Galati, and directed
by Cayn Desai [sic], it runs January 21 through
February 13 at the International City Theatre in the
Long Beach Performing Arts Center in Long Beach.
For tickets call 562-436-4610 or visit ” www.
InternationalCityTheatre.org.
So take a break from packing away all
the holiday decorations by taking time to
go out and enjoy one of these fresh new
offerings – after all, you’ve earned it – and
make it a belated gift to family and friends
by taking them along too!
“Ballroom With A Twist” is the only show that
offers fans the opportunity to see the stars up close
and in person. Gilles Marini and Jane Seymour will
serve as hosts for this brilliant new dance production
conceived and choreographed by Emmy Award
nominated Louis van Amstel, a fve-time Dancing With
the Stars pro. Ballroom boasts an amazing ensemble
including dancers from “High School Musical - The
Movie,” “Dance Your Ass Off” and “Dancing With
The Stars” dance pros such as Edyta Sliwinska, Alec
Mazo, Jonathan Roberts & Anna Trebunskaya and
“So you think you can dance” such as season fves
Randi Lynn Evans and Johnathan Platero as well as this
years all-star Ade Obayomi in addition to “American
Idol” fnalists from season seven, David Hernandez,
and season six, Gina Glocksen, who provide exciting
live vocals. This ground-breaking show pushes the
boundaries of ballroom dance, infusing it with energy
and the intensity of the classic ballroom and the latest
authentic, hip-hop and Broadway styles, making it an
extravagant evening of entertainment for the entire
family, highlighted by stunning costumes, magnifcent
music and breathtaking performances. Conceived and
choreographed by Louis van Amstel, it runs January 21
through February 13 at the El Portal Theatre in North
Hollywood. For tickets call 818-508-4200 or visit
www.elportaltheatre.com.
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